Friday, 7 December 2018

"It's an Unfair Cop Gov"


I was stopped by the police today just after entering Sainsbury's car park in Bluebell.
The policeman was nothing but polite and told me he'd just seen me talking on a mobile phone as I was going around the mini roundabout. He was still in his car so it was just a friendly warning through driver's windows.
As I told him I had left my mobile phone on the kitchen table, Winnie blew him sloppy moo moo kisses from the back seat.
And he looked slightly perplexed at my explaination
Apparantly I had been adjusting my bobble hat whilst practicing to the choir version of Freedom Is Coming on the car cd at full pelt.

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  1. This gave me a much needed laugh. Thanks.

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  2. Surely it's not illegal to sing at full pelt whilst driving!!

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    1. It isn't he thought I was on my phone

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    2. If you heard my singing voice you would wish it were

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  3. Barbara Anne2:35 pm

    Too funny! All is not necessarily as it appears - a good lesson for us all. :)

    Gotta love Winnie's greeting!

    Hugs!

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  4. Adrienne from worcester2:48 pm

    Hee Hee this did make made me laugh.

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  5. Adrienne from Worcester2:50 pm

    As you can see I've had a confusing week lol

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  6. He should probably get his eyes tested! People using their mobile phone's whilst driving are blatantly obvious!

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  7. And did the copper blow kisses to Winnie? I would.

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  8. That's funny. Have a good day,John.

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  9. It would make a good Specsavers ad

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  10. What a shame that the cop didn't handcuff you and bundle you into the back of his squad car. You'd have enjoyed that.

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    1. It would have been more entertaining if he bundled you in

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  11. Was it the same officer that stopped you recently? An admirer in uniform. Lucky lad.

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    1. No I was breathylised in the same vicinity but that was at 1 am in the morning

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    2. Word must have got around that there's a hot guy who is good for a pull ;)

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  12. I think the police, have secret crushes on you John 😁BTW love the song title 😉

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  13. Glad it was friendly, Winnie does have a thing for men in uniform. Does your phone Bluetooth to the sound system in your car?

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  14. ...and no one could do that better.
    Did he like Winnie?

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  15. You couldn't make it up. xx

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  16. That was a close call, LOL!

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  17. ...on a bad morning...a reason to smile..♥

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  18. Silly man. Winnie had his number.

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  19. You're just a policeman magnet ... looking in my crystal ball I see a man in uniform loitering near the cottage ....

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  20. Hahaha! Too funny :)

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  21. Fun story and Winnie is quite the flirt.

    cheers, parsnip and badger

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  22. I have a friend who would say '' Oh that was just my imaginary friendI was talking to ¨

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  23. Yes John, But was he cute??? hehe x

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  24. Your song title was fitting for the situation! And your story coaxed a smile from my glum face this afternoon. Thanks.

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    1. I never thought of that connection

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  25. Adjusting your bobble hat is a very serious offence, sir.

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  26. But is singing and adjusting bobble hats as distracting as phones. Inquiring minds want to know.

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  27. One day last year I was driving along talking to my son on the handsfree phone thing built into my car. In front of me was a car driving slowly and a bit erratically, the sort of driver who hits the brakes at random because they find it hard to keep a constant speed. I was in no rush and kept my distance. We were both eventually stopped by some traffic lights, the driver jumped out of the car and walked towards me yelling "who the $%$ do you think you are bad mouthing and cursing?". My window was open and I said "I'm not cursing you I'm on the phone." at which point my son said "who's that dad?". The other driver looked a bit taken aback that his assumption was wrong that someone alone in a car who was talking animatedly must have been cursing his bad driving.

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  28. I didn't know singing while driving was likely to attract a police warning. Wouldn't they be better employed solving a few burglaries?

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  29. He would have had a good story to tell at home that night.

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  30. Winnie and her uniforms!

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  31. You do seem to be attracting a lot of police attention of late , do you fit the Welsh profile for dodgy criminal type? Or is it subliminal and your winking at coppers?

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  32. They're onto you, John!! lol

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  33. Yes, I was driving along once with a car full of three dogs, all tethered to seat belt point.
    Stopped by the police. The police man comes walking over and started to laugh, at the Lexi my chocolate Labrador on the back seat. He thought that I had an unrestrained child in the back seat jumping up and down!!
    No just an over excited chocci girl going for walkies in the woods!!

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